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Target Launches New Bridal Collection

Posted by Angel Babbitt Harris  May 23, 2013 11:54 AM

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Just when I thought I had my 'Tarjay' addiction under control...

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On Tuesday, Target launched TEVOLIO, a new collection of bridal wear sold exclusively on TEVOLIO features a line of four affordable wedding dresses ranging in price from $69.99 to $129.99 -- budget-conscious brides-to-be everywhere rejoice! In addition to the bridal gown styles, TEVOLIO also features customizable dresses for the entire bridal party.

I enjoy the simple and modern design aesthetic coming out of this collection. These dresses would be ideal for a summer elopement or a carefree and casual outdoor wedding. Target is also becoming a more preferred place where fashionista-in-training types go to shop on a dime.

Noteworthy point: TEVOLIO offers each gown in a range of sizes spanning from 2 to 18!

This news comes just in time as I prepare to go wedding dress shopping tomorrow (I know, I'm cutting it way too close to the wedding date!). I hope to find the perfect dress for me, but it's good to know Target is providing a cost-effective back-up plan!

Check out the collection here.

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Angel Babbitt Harris, formerly of the Expertly Engaged blog, is now "Newly Wed" and learning how to navigate life as a happy wife. Angel lives for weekend getaways to Brooklyn with her husband and anything currently playing on Netflix. She works as a Marketing Manager for a non-profit organization in Boston. Need newlywed advice? Have newlywed advice to give? Reach Angel directly at or tweet her at @MrsHarrisTweets.

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